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Dog Training in 10 Minutes - cover

Dog Training in 10 Minutes

Carol Lea Benjamin

Publisher: Turner

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"Carol Lea Benjamin is the finest writer about dogs we have today." Job Michael Evans, former Monk of New Skete and author of the best-selling How to Be Your Dog's Best FriendDog Training in 10 Minutes is Carol Lea Benjamin's dog-training book for the 1990s, geared specifically for people short on time but long on intention. Chapters cover:* How to Know What Your Dog Is Feeling* Teaching via Praise and Correction* The Bare Minimum (Sit; Give Your Paw; Housetraining; How to Stop Your Dog from Pulling)* Ten Secrets of Problem Correction* Ten Ways to PlayThere's even a "Ten Minute Work-Out" to do before leaving your dog alone a great way to calm and satisfy your dog. With its down-to-earth style, practical advice and emphasis on the dog-owner relationship, Dog Training in 10 Minutes is sure to follow in the wildly successful paw prints of Carol's other books: Mother Knows Best: The Natural Way to Train Your Dog: Surviving Your Dog's Adolescence; Second Hand Dog: How to Turn Yours into a First-Rate Pet; Dog Problems; Dog Tricks (with Captain Arthur Haggerty); Dog Training for Kids; and The Chosen Puppy: How to Select and Raise a Great Puppy from an Animal ShelterA Howell Dog Book of Distinction

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